Introducing The Buzz: EV News from AMN

Introducing The Buzz: EV News from AMN

You’ve probably noticed our automotive landscape is changing. Yet, despite the progress being made in electrification, there’s still room – a lot of room – for innovation. It's our job to cut through the static to deliver you the latest electric vehicle news and innovations, to help you understand where this market is headed and how you can evolve with it.

Hey there! OEMs, aftermarket manufacturers, consumers and anyone else who uses our roadways. You’ve probably noticed our automotive landscape is changing. Loud, gasoline- and diesel-powered engines are being replaced with nearly silent batteries capable of propelling a vehicle hundreds of miles on a single charge. Iconic muscle cars are transforming into symbols of the horsepower electrification brings to the table.

And don’t get me started on motors…

Yet, despite this progress, there’s still room–a lot of room–for innovation. Range anxiety, slow charging times, a lack of infrastructure: These are the issues with which manufacturers and the aftermarket alike are tasked with finding the solutions.

With every step forward, we’ll be there talking about it. I’m David Sickels, Editor for The Buzz, and it’s my job to–no, it’s my duty–to cut through the static to deliver you the latest electric vehicle news and innovations, to help you understand where this market is headed and how you can evolve with it.

As a Babcox Media brand, The Buzz is backed by a 100-year history of covering automotive topics like auto care, performance vehicles, trucking, powersports, enthusiast markets and more. Now, we’re delivering all the buzz on the emerging EV market, too.

The automotive landscape is changing, and we have the content backed by the latest news, data, and analysis to fill you in on everything happening in the electric vehicle space. So, hit subscribe so you never miss the latest Buzz.

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